CE Refund Policy: In order to receive a tuition refund, minus a $25 processing fee, the registrant must make the request by the
course registration deadline. Requests made after the deadline are non-refundable.
SCDHA Welcome Meeting and CE
Date: Wednesday, September 18, 2019
Location: Stark State College, Room M101
Time: 6:00 PM Registration & light snacks
6:30 PM Speaker Jayne Klett
Human Trafficking: The Dental Team’s Role in
Recognizing and Reporting Suspicions (1 CE)
Ohio has the onerous distinction of being a major hub of human trafficking in the United States. Join us for
our first meeting of the year and raise your awareness on this subject as well as gain knowledge of the legal and ethical responsibility for recognizing and reporting suspicions of child abuse and
human trafficking for healthcare professionals working in dental offices. This one hour CE course will include evidence-based data as well as antidotal experiences of the speaker gathered
during her work at a regional public health dental office.
About the Speaker:
Jayne Klett has a dental hygiene career spanning 37 years. Her
employment history includes clinician, dental health consultant for the Ohio Department of Health and faculty at Owens Community College, Dept. of Dental Hygiene. Jayne retired last
summer from the Dental Center of Northwest Ohio in Toledo as the Director of Community Development and Outreach. She was responsible for care management, community education and training for
non-dental professionals in oral health prevention and promotion.
Jayne stays active in her local component in Toledo. She represents ODHA on the Board of Directors of Oral Health Ohio – a coalition of interdisciplinary agencies working toward improved oral
health for all Ohio citizens.
Attendees please RSVP to Sandy Brado: email@example.com
Note: A $20.00 fee will be assessed for all potential members per 1 CEU, unless indicated otherwise. Free for all members and students.
Fabulous Fall CE
Plan to join the membership of SCDHA as we engage in learning, networking together and orienting ourselves toward the future of oral health care and dental hygiene
practice. Remember that 2019 is an Ohio Dental Hygiene License Renewal Year; be encouraged to take advantage of the continuing education opportunities offered by your
Date: Saturday, October 26, 2019
Location: Stark State CollegeBusiness & Entrepreneurial Bldg
Time: 8:00 AM Registration & Continental Breakfast
8:30 AM – 11:30 AM - The Changing Face of Dental Hygiene: An Expert Clinician,
Skilled Motivator & Prevention Specialist (3 CE)
As we observe the reorganization of healthcare delivery throughout the world, the dental hygienist is now evolving into a key
healthcare specialist. This program paves a new direction in specialized roles to include advanced clinicians, knowledgeable and effective motivators combined with recognizing that prevention is our
only tool to optimal oral and general health. Each module of this course will focus on a changing dynamic in hygiene therapy introducing the latest technologies offered in today’s prevention
strategies. Patients today are more informed of their options as they live longer and fuller lives. The participants will learn and share their ideas in exploring the skills necessary to become
the dental hygienist of the next decade.
~ Short break between courses ~
Please bring your lunch if signed up for all day!
12:00 – 3:00 PM - Building a Successful Prevention Strategy for
High Risk Adults (3 CE)
This course will provide the participants (dentists, dental hygienists, dental assistants) with a strategy in their work setting to
prepare their older adults to identify factors which place them at greatest risk for oral health diseases. Following an overview of the etiologies that cause dry mouth, xerostomia and erosive dental
patterns, it will be necessary to formulate an appropriate treatment plan which includes frequent maintenance and selective agents that restore the necessary components lost from inadequate salivary
function. Today’s older adults are the first generation to sustain their natural dentition throughout their lifespan. This presents significant challenges to the dental professional when medical and
emotional factors produce loss of dental function and recurrent dental caries. Our role is to review the current evidence-based research that supports a highly successful therapy for all adult
About the Speaker :
Lil Caperila is reaching 40 years in the profession of dental hygiene, with 24 years as a periodontal co-therapist. She is a Professional
Educator & Manager of Education Programs with Premier Dental Products Company since 2000. Lil received her bachelor’s degree in Dental Hygiene Education from Thomas Jefferson University and
master’s degree in Education from Penn State University. Past President of Pennsylvania Dental Hygienists’ Association, recipient of the ADHA Irene Newman Award for Outstanding Achievement in the
Advancement of Dental Hygiene, and National Award for Student Advisor at Harcum College are a few of her professional accolades.
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